Partner Kristen Rosati recently addressed the HIPAA standards for de-identification of data at The American Health Law Association (AHLA) annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

During the “De-Mystifying De-Identification” panel discussion, Kristen and her co-speakers discussed the challenges and solutions associated with new HIPAA, other federal laws, U.S. state privacy laws, and the EU GDPR. Because of the importance of de-identified data to research, innovation (such as the development of AI), and health care delivery improvement, a good understanding of data de-identification is key to the health care industry.

A sought-after national speaker, Kristen has been active in national health care policy and served as past President (2013-2014) and Fellow of the American Health Law Association (AHLA), the nation’s largest health care legal organization. She was recently recognized by Super Lawyers as one of the top 25 women attorneys in Arizona and is a founding member of the Arizona Leadership Council for Take the Lead Women.

Learn more about Kristen Rosati.